I am actually the world's biggest simp ever ice cream. And I would do anything to breathe just that 🤣🤣. Okay I'm actually kidding but, I would most definitely consider that. So in memory of that thought - and the fact that I have no access to ice cream atm :(, I decided to sketch … Continue reading Live Love n’ Breathe Ice Cream
So I started on my crochet journey back when I was 10 years old for extracurricular classes in school. Not the most interesting way to start, I agree but what comes after is the best part. Now we had classes every week and I used to make cute mats, bookmarks and pencil cases. And at … Continue reading Getting Back into Crochet – Making my First Bee
This year, I kinda decided on making minimal spreads for my Bullet Journal, since it becomes more efficient for me to plan out what I need to get done for the day. And after I finished my Fall semester back in February, I needed a more ergonomic system that would work for me. https://www.instagram.com/p/CLyKvHkhg0Q/ A … Continue reading The Inital Spreads of 2021 – A Trip to the Hills; March & April 2021
So back in March, I decided to take up bullet journaling full on (even though I knew the process and the basics of how it works back in 2017), since I had a lot of free time to make some doodles and get a lot more creative. And it did make a major impact on … Continue reading One Year of Bullet Journaling – What was it like?
Mandala - A geometric configuration of symbols which represent the cosmos metaphysically or symbolically; a time-microcosm of the universe, but it originally meant to represent wholeness and a model for the organizational structure of life itself. Monogram - a motif of interwoven letters, typically a person's initials, used to identify a personal possession or as … Continue reading Monograms and Mandala Art
So as I started to sketch these teacups, my mind wandered off to that of 19th century England, where "tea and balls" were a high society thing and asking someone if they cared for a cup was actually considered as host ethics (still is, but oh well) Anyway, the era of the 19th century was … Continue reading Care for a Cup of Tea?
Have you ever looked at a sketch or a piece of art and said, "Wow, that definitely should go to my wall", or "I should get that piece, it'll look good in my room" and things like that. Well, that is what I thought when I ended up coloring this sketch. Truth be told, I … Continue reading Wall Decor
So, recently I got myself some stationary for college, but I decided to make this special by posting a Stationary Haul. In the past, I have bought a bunch stationary but I haven't made any posts on them, so I decided to make this my first. All of these products have received great views and … Continue reading My First Stationery Haul
Have you ever had a wave of nostalgia hit you when you look at a particular object - be it a piece of art or even music that you listened to at a point of time... Well, I had a nostalgic moment as I drew this sketch. As I wrote the label, nostalgia hit me … Continue reading Memories in a Jar
Being in lock down for the most part does have it's perks. You get to stay at home and use the stuff that you might haven't touched in years, take up old hobbies, find new ones - there's a lot of stuff that came along with it. But for the most part, I have heard … Continue reading A Bicycle Ride down the road